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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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guilt

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3| it is true that both the guilt and the penalty can be expiated 2 1, 3| merit, and satisfies for a guilt which deserved an infinite 3 1, 3| displeasure against their guilt, their pain is held worthy. 4 1, 4| satisfies, both for the guilt and the penalty in oneself 5 1, 4| sometimes it satisfies for the guilt only, and not the penalty. ~ 6 1, 4| dearest daughter, that the guilt is not punished in this 7 1, 4| such. And I say, that the guilt is punished by the pain 8 1, 4| servants, will I remit both guilt and penalty, since they 9 1, 4| them, but, only for their guilt, since they are not disposed, 10 1, 4| penalty, but only of the guilt; because such complete satisfaction 11 1, 4| satisfaction is made for their guilt; for, beginning to learn, 12 1, 4| and displeasure of their guilt. Now, therefore, you have 13 1, 4| suffering satisfies for guilt by perfect contrition, not 14 1, 4| satisfy not only for the guilt, but also for the penalty 15 1, 4| penalty which follows the guilt, as I have already said 16 1, 4| if they satisfy for the guilt alone, that is, if, having 17 2, 1| displeasing to herself through her guilt. And this founds the virtue 18 2, 3| others, by means of the guilt of sin. Holy discretion 19 2, 3| should you ever incur the guilt of sin. ~ 20 2, 4| showed her anew her own guilt, and the loss of souls, 21 2, 5| himself he does the harm of guilt, which will be followed 22 2, 5| and yet, on account of guilt, My divine justice demanded 23 2, 5| sufficient to satisfy for guilt, but only by virtue of the 24 2, 5| little ones debilitated by guilt. I say therefore that the 25 2, 6| from bad to worse, and from guilt to guilt, even persecuting 26 2, 6| worse, and from guilt to guilt, even persecuting Me with 27 2, 6| natural existence. Therefore guilt is more gravely punished 28 2, 8| sufficient to satisfy for guilt, to remove the stain of 29 2, 23| man to satisfy for your guilt. He will not come thus in 30 2, 24| dying in hatred with the guilt of mortal sin, their souls, 31 2, 27| never be injured by the guilt of sin in any temptation, 32 2, 40| after she has risen from the guilt of mortal sin, recognizing 33 2, 40| consolations. When she was in the guilt of mortal sin, she had separated 34 2, 40| of grace through her own guilt, because that guilt had 35 2, 40| own guilt, because that guilt had barred the door of her 36 3, 5| falling, as he will, into the guilt of mortal sin, by which 37 3, 14| tears. It is true that their guilt and grief are more or less 38 3, 14| those who, knowing their guilt, set to weeping for fear 39 3, 14| at perfect hatred of its guilt on account of the offense 40 3, 16| this satisfaction by his guilt, he remains in continual 41 3, 24| this sweet Sacrament in the guilt of mortal sin, will receive 42 3, 24| soul has cast the water of guilt within her mind upon the 43 3, 28| themselves comprehended in the guilt, and they therefore lose 44 3, 28| does not reprove him of guilt, does not fear. ~ 45 3, 28| that is the wounds of the guilt of mortal sin, which latter 46 3, 31| which you fell into the guilt of mortal sin, and how even


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